A poet/playwright reflects on the pleasure and possibility of a medium where deliberate fakery can lead to a kind of freedom.
Peter Marks and Elisabeth Vincentelli gather one more time to remember their recently departed co-host, Terry Teachout.
Readers have a lot to say about post-show discussions.
Known for his historical plays, including ‘Nixon’s Nixon,’ Lees also made a name scripting video games.
How the Philly playwright’s arrival in New York in 1968 changed the course of Black theatre in the U.S.
This week we say farewell to associate editor Jerald Raymond Pierce and talk to Steppenwolf Theatre’s new co-artistic directors Glenn Davis and Audrey Francis.
He was a writer with rigor and taste, but as anyone who knew him (or sat near him) could tell you, he was as demonstrative and passionate an advocate as the theatre has ever had.
Inspired by the Federal Theatre Project and the Black Arts Movement, the New Lafayette Theatre and New Federal Theatre were hubs of both art and activism.
In this excerpt from a new biography, playwright Lorraine Hansberry crosses paths with the director who would help to shape her iconic play.
Lovers, friends, and colleagues gathered in New Orleans to celebrate the founding editor’s open mind, questing spirit, and the delights he shared with the world.